Margaret buys a gold coin form the Franklin Mint that is certified to weigh 15.6 g. When she puts it on a balance in the lab, it displays 14.1g. What is the percent error in Margaret’s measurement?. Round the following numbers to the number of significant figures indicated in parentheses.
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Margaret buys a gold coin form the Franklin Mint that is certified to weigh 15.6 g. When she puts it on a balance in the lab, it displays 14.1g. What is the percent error in Margaret’s measurement?
What is the value of 34oC in Kelvin?
Determine the density of this object and report your answer to the correct number of sig figs.
Calculate the volume of this object in cm3 and then convert to mm3
(report your answers to the correct number of sig figs)
I don’t remember the exact measurements, but….
V= L x W x H so…
Rewrite the following equation to solve for mass and then for volume. (2 equations)
Which of the following are derived measurements?
a. Mass d. Time
b. Length e. Temperature
c. Volume f. Density
Match the equivalent values:
1. 1 kg a. 0.1 kg
2. 1 dag b. 10000mg
3. 1 hg c. 0.0001 dag
4. 1 mg d. 10 hg
Do the following multidimensional conversion using the factor label method.
****Remember Sig Figs****
How would you describe this archer’s skill in terms of accuracy and precision?
Precise, but not accurate